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Chabad Updates
High Holidays - Rosh Hashana
Rosh Hashana:
Sunday evening Sep 29th - Tuesday evening Oct 1st
High Holidays - Yom Kippur
Yom Kipur:
Tuesday evening Oct 8th - Wednesday evening Oct 9th
Sukkot
First Two days are Holidays:
Sunday evening Oct 13th - Sunday evening Oct 20th
Simchat Torah
Simchat Torah:
Sunday evening Oct 20th - Tuesday evening Oct 22nd
Daily Thought
No one has ever seen a particle or a wave of gravity. Furthermore, the very notion of gravity is mystifying: masses light years apart with nothing between them, affecting each other’s movement! Yet we all accept there must be a cause behind the phenomena we observe, so we call this elusive force “gravity.” So too, there is a cause behind existence. That Cause may be yet more elusive, but the reality of its...
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